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Trial of Vande Bharat Sleeper Train on 15th August | Live Updates, Unveiling the Latest India News Trends

Indian Railways will launch two new trains for tourists in the coming days, in which the trial of Vande Bharat Sleeper Train will be taken on August 15. Vande Bharat Sleeper Train is being said to be better and more comfortable than Rajdhani Express.

Railways will soon run short distance trains between cities, which will be known as Vande Metro. After the success of Vande Bharat Chair Car train, now the Railways has decided to start Vande Bharat Sleeper train. All preparations have been made for this. Vande Sleeper train is known for better facilities than Rajdhani Express and Tejas Express.

Features of Vande Bharat Sleeper

Vande Bharat Sleeper train will have 16 coaches. In which 11 AC three tier, 4 AC two tier and 1 AC first class coach will be added. The total passenger berth capacity will be 823 passengers.

There will be extra cushions in the berths as well as cushions on the sides of each berth. The train will run at a speed of 160 kmph, its interior will be painted in such a way that it will be easy for passengers to go to the upper and lower berths.

Features of Vande Metro

Vande Metro is a set of self-propelled trains that will run with features similar to the Vande Bharat Express trains except that the engine will not be separated.

A short distance train that will run between cities like an intercity train. Mainline EMU trains will be run in its place. It will run at a speed of 130 km per hour. Each coach can seat 100 passengers. Comfortable seats for passengers, 200 passengers can stand in one coach

Automatic entry and exit gates for passengers

Charging point for mobile, route indicator display.

12 or 16 coaches in a train equipped with anti-collision protection system

Railway Minister directed to increase sleeper and general coaches in trains

Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has directed the officials to work on a war footing keeping in mind the inconveniences faced by passengers in the heat. This includes increasing the number of non-AC sleeper and unreserved coaches in trains and addressing complaints of malfunctioning of air conditioning systems in air-conditioned coaches. According to railway sources, Railway Minister Vaishnav held a meeting through video conferencing. Which included Railway General Managers and Railway Managers of all zones, members of the Railway Board and other senior officials.